List of people banned from entering the United Kingdom

The Home Office, a United Kingdom government department, has, from August 2005 to 31 March 2009, excluded 101 individuals from the UK for having "engaged in unacceptable behaviour". Of those, 22 were excluded by then-Home Secretary Jacqui Smith between 28 October 2008 and 31 March 2009. On 5 May 2009 Smith publicly "named and shamed" sixteen of those individuals.[1] In addition to the sixteen, other people are or have been banned from the United Kingdom.

The individuals are not necessarily banned from the British overseas territories, which have their own immigration regulations.

Smith's successor as Home Secretary, Alan Johnson, ended the policy of naming people who are banned from entering Britain.

Home Office 2009 list of hate promotersEdit

The following 16 names were published:

Nationality Individual Occupation Official Reason for Ban
  Saudi Arabia /   Yemen Abdullah Qadri Al Ahdal Muslim extremist preacher "Considered to be engaging in unacceptable behaviour by seeking to foment, justify or glorify terrorist violence in furtherance of particular beliefs and fostering hatred that might lead to inter-community violence".[1]
  Palestinian National Authority Yunis Al Astal Muslim cleric and Hamas member of the Palestinian parliament "Considered to be engaging in unacceptable behaviour by seeking to foment, justify or glorify terrorist violence in furtherance of particular beliefs and to provoke others to terrorist acts".[1]
  United States Stephen Donald Black Extremist founder of the neo-Nazi website Stormfront "Considered to be engaging in unacceptable behaviour by promoting serious criminal activity and fostering hatred, which might lead to inter-community violence in the United Kingdom".[1]
  Egypt Wadgy Abd El Hamied Mohamed Ghoneim Preacher, writer "Considered to be engaging in unacceptable behaviour by seeking to foment, justify or glory terrorist violence in furtherance of particular beliefs and to provoke others to commit terrorist acts".[1]
  United States Erich Gliebe Neo-Nazi, far-right political leader "Considered to be engaging in unacceptable behaviour by justifying terrorist violence, provoking others to commit serious crime and fostering racial hatred".[1]
  United States /   Israel Mike Guzovsky Jewish militant "Considered to be engaging in unacceptable behaviour by seeking to foment, justify or glorify terrorist violence in furtherance of particular beliefs and to provoke others to terrorist acts".[1]
  Egypt Safwat Hijazi Imam, television preacher "Considered to be engaging in unacceptable behaviour by glorifying terrorist violence".[1]
  Pakistan Nasr Javed Senior operative of the Kashmiri militant group Jammat Ud Dawa "Considered to be engaging in unacceptable behaviour by seeking to foment, justify or glorify terrorist violence in furtherance of particular beliefs".[1]
  Lebanon Samir Kuntar (deceased) Hezbollah and Palestine Liberation Front member "Considered to be engaging in unacceptable behaviour by seeking to foment, justify or glorify terrorist violence in furtherance of particular beliefs and to provoke others to terrorist acts".[1]
  United States Abdul Alim Musa Founder and director of the hate group As-Sabiqun "Considered to be engaging in unacceptable behaviour by fomenting and glorifying terrorist violence in furtherance of his particular beliefs and seeking to provoke others to terrorist acts".[1]
  United States Fred Phelps (deceased) Pastor and Founder of anti-LGBT group Westboro Baptist Church "Considered to be engaging in unacceptable behaviour by fostering hatred such as homophobia, transphobia and biphobia, which might lead to inter-community violence in the United Kingdom".[1]
  Russia Artur Ryno and Pavel Skachevsky Violent gang leaders and mass murderers "Considered to be engaging in unacceptable behaviour by fomenting serious criminal activity and seeking to provoke others to serious criminal acts".[1]
  Pakistan Amir Siddique Imam, preacher "Considered to be engaging in unacceptable behaviour by fomenting terrorist violence in furtherance of particular beliefs".[1]
  United States Michael Savage Right-wing radio host "Considered to be engaging in unacceptable behaviour by seeking to provoke others to serious criminal acts and fostering hatred which might lead to inter-community violence".[1]
  Romania Adelin Toma Gang envolvement, Drug dealer and money launderer. "Considered to be engaging in unacceptable behaviour by commiting crimes through drug deals and laundering of money.".[1]

Other notable individuals banned or refused entryEdit

The following individuals have at some point been temporarily or permanently refused entry into the United Kingdom.

Nationality Individual Occupation Reason banned Source(s)
  Iran Maryam Rajavi Leader of the People's Mujahedin of Iran Diplomatic relations between UK and Iran at risk [2]
  United States Steven L. Anderson[nb 1] Leader/Pastor of the anti-LGBT group the Faithful Word Baptist Church UK government concerns over anti-LGBT rhetoric, has been banned from at least 34 countries [3]
  Jamaica Siccatune Alcock
(aka Jah Cure)
Reggae musician Criminal convictions in Jamaica [4]
  Uzbekistan Zakirjon Almatov[nb 1] Politician War crimes committed in Uzbekistan, was one of 12 Uzbek politicians banned [5][6]
  Iraq Mohammed Al Deeni Cleric UK government concerns over pro-jihadist views against Syria [7]
  Egypt /   Qatar Yusuf al-Qaradawi Islamic theologian, Muslim Brotherhood member, radio host UK government concerns over condoning of Palestinian suicide bombings against Israelis [8]
  Syria Omar Bakri Salafi Islamist militant leader, hate cleric Involvement in London bombings, militant activity in Lebanon [9]
  Belize Moshe Levi Ben-David
(aka Shyne)
Rapper Criminal convictions in the United States, travel document issues [10]
  Canada Todd Bentley Evangelist UK government concerns over violent behaviour committed towards others in the United States [11]
  Canada Lauren Southern Far-right political activist UK government concerns over far-right rhetoric, distributing anti-Islamic material [12]
  Austria Martin Sellner Far-right political leader, Identitarian, anti-Islamic extremist UK government concerns over promoting violence and hatred (after his banning, he later became a chief suspect in Austrian investigation regarding involvement in 2019 Christchurch shooting) [13]
  Serbia Vojislav Šešelj Far-right politician War crimes committed in Serbia [14]
  Saudi Arabia Osama bin Laden Terrorist, founder of al-Qaeda Banned over connections to Islamist militant groups in Algeria, Somalia, and Yemen. Exclusion order issued after Bin Laden formed the Advice and Reform Committee in London and considered seeking asylum in Britain after King Fahd revoked his Saudi citizenship in 1994. [15]
  Saudi Arabia Omar bin Laden Contractor, businessman, son of Osama bin Laden Connections to Al-Qaeda [16]
  United States Chris Brown Singer Criminal convictions in the United States [17]
  United States Louis Farrakhan Leader of the Nation of Islam [8][18]
  Israel Moshe Feiglin Politician and activist UK government concerns over anti-Palestinian beliefs, support for war against them and spreading of hate [19]
  United States Pamela Geller Anti-Islamic activist UK government concerns over anti-Islamic beliefs and spreading of hate [20]
  Zimbabwe Gideon Gono[nb 1] Banker, politician Connections to Robert Mugabe, human rights abuses [21]
  Dominican Republic Joan Guzmán Boxer Unknown [18]
  United States Terry Jones Anti-Islamic right wing activist and pastor UK government concerns over anti-Islamic rhetoric and actions [22][23]
  Zimbabwe Thomas Mapfumo Musician Issue with visa [24]
  France Dieudonné M'bala M'bala Comedian UK government concerns over anti-Semitic rhetoric and actions [25]
  Lebanon Ibrahim Mousawi Lebanese journalist, spokesperson for Hezbollah Connections to Hezbollah [26]
  Zimbabwe Grace Mugabe[nb 1] Robert Mugabe's wife, former First Lady of Zimbabwe Involvement with Robert Mugabe [27]
  India Zakir Naik Islamic televangelist UK government concerns over glofifying terrorism and promoting violence [28]
  United States Terrance Quaites
(aka TQ)
Rapper UK government concerns over promoting physical abuse, rape and murder [29]
  Thailand Thaksin Shinawatra[nb 2] Businessman, politician Criminal convictions in Thailand [30]
  United States Trevor Smith
(aka Busta Rhymes)
Rapper Criminal convictions in the United States [31]
  United States Edward Snowden Computer programmer Leaking of American government documents (at American government's request) [32]
  United States Richard Spencer White supremacist UK government concerns over white supremacist rhetoric, banned from entire European Union [33]
  United States Matthew Heimbach Neo-Nazi UK government concerns over neo-Nazi and anti-Semitic rhetoric [34]
  United States Robert Spencer Anti-Islamic activist UK government concerns over anti-Islamic beliefs and spreading of hate [20]
  United States Jerry Vlasak Animal rights activist UK government concerns over rhetoric concering the use of violence against animal researchers [35]
  United States Gary Yourofsky Animal rights activist Criminal convictions in the United States [36]
  United States Mike Tyson Former boxer Criminal convictions in the United States [37]
  United States Shirley Phelps-Roper[nb 1] Senior operative of the anti-LGBT group the Westboro Baptist Church UK government concerns over anti-LGBT rhetoric [38]
  United States Duane "Dog" Chapman Bounty hunter Criminal conviction in the United States [39]
  United States Julien Blanc Dating coach, speaker UK government concerns over promotion of sexual assault [40]
  Czech Republic /   Australia Dylan Wheeler Computer hacker Criminal convictions in the UK [41]
  Poland Jacek Międlar Far-right Polish priest UK government concerns over spreading hate speech [42]
  United States Daryush Valizadeh Blogger UK government concerns over promoting rape [43]
  United States Mark Weber Holocaust denier UK government concerns over Holocaust denial [44]
  Serbia Marko Milošević Organized crime figurehead, son of Slobodan Milošević Organized crime activities in Eastern Europe, banned from entire European Union [45]
  United States Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr. (aka Lil Wayne) Rapper Criminal convictions in the United States [46]

Individuals previously banned or refused entryEdit

These individuals have at some point been banned from entering the United Kingdom, or at least temporarily refused entry; these individuals are either deceased or have eventually been allowed entry.

Nationality Individual Occupation Reason banned Reason for removal Source(s)
  Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe[nb 1][nb 3] Politician, President of Zimbabwe War crimes and mass human rights abuses committed in Zimbabwe Deceased [27][47]
  Zimbabwe Peter Chingoka[nb 1] Cricket administrator Connections to Robert Mugabe Deceased [48]
  United States James Miller Parachutist Criminal convictions in the UK Deceased [49]
  Montenegro Momir Bulatović[nb 1][nb 3] Politician, President of Montenegro War crimes committed in Serbia and Montenegro Deceased [45]
  Montenegro Pavle Bulatović Politician War crimes committed in Serbia Deceased [45]
  United States Calvin Broadus, Jr.
(aka Snoop Dogg)
Rapper Violent incident at Heathrow Airport Overturned on appeal [50]
  Serbia Ivica Dačić Politician Unknown Unknown [14]
  Serbia Aleksandar Vučić[nb 2][nb 4] Politician, current President of Serbia Mass human rights abuses Ban lifted due to political status [14]
  Serbia Tomislav Nikolić Politician, former President of Serbia Mass human rights abuses Ban lifted due to political status [14]
  United States L. Ron Hubbard Founder of Scientology Government concerns about Scientology being socially harmful, criminal conviction for fraud in France Deceased [51]
  Israel /   United States Meir Kahane Orthodox rabbi, writer, ultra-nationalist politician Government concerns about promoting far-right violence Deceased [52]
  Belarus Alexander Lukashenko[nb 1][nb 4] Politician, President of Belarus Mass human rights abuses in Belarus, banned from entering entire European Union Ban lifted in 2016 [53][54]
  Serbia Mirjana Marković[nb 1] Political leader, former First Lady of Yugoslavia Association with Slobodan Milošević Deceased [45][55]
  Serbia Slobodan Milošević[nb 1][nb 3] Politician, former President of Yugoslavia War crimes (including genocide and ethnic cleansing) committed in Bosnia, Kosovo and Albania Deceased [45]
  Serbia Borislav Milošević Diplomat Association with war crimes committed by younger brother Slobodan Milošević Deceased [45]
  South Korea Sun Myung Moon Founder of the Unification Church Government concerns about methods used in attracting followers Ban lifted in 2005 [18]
  Iran Gholam Reza Aghazadeh[nb 1] Politician, atomic energy chief in Iranian government Development of nuclear weapons in Iran Sanctions eased following establishment of Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action [56][57]
  Iran Mohammad Ali Jafari[nb 1] Politician, head of Iranian Revolutionary Guard Development of nuclear weapons in Iran Sanctions eased following establishment of Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action [56][57]
  Israel Menachem Begin Politician, Prime Minister of Israel, head of terrorist organization the Irgun Terrorism activities in Israel and Palestine Ban lifted in 1972, deceased [58]
  Chile Pablo Neruda Diplomat, politician Connections to communism Deceased [18]
  United States Tyler Gregory Okonma
(aka Tyler, the Creator)
Rapper Government concerns about lyrics involving promotion of terrorism, hate and anti-gay rhetoric 3 to 5 year ban, expired in 2018 [60]
  Australia Philip Nitschke Doctor, voluntary euthanasia advocate Government concerns about spreading of voluntary euthanasia Ban lifted in 2005 [61]
  India Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (aka Osho) Founder of the Rajneesh movement Government concerns about the brainwashing methods used in the Rajneesh movement Deceased [18]
  United States George Raft Film actor Illegal gambling in the UK Deceased
  Soviet Union Dmitri Shostakovich Composer and pianist Connections to the Soviet Communist Party Deceased [18]
  West Germany Albert Speer Minister of Armaments and War Production in Nazi Germany Nazi war crimes Ban lifted in 1973 [62]
  United States Martha Stewart Celebrity homemaker, businesswoman Criminal convictions in the United States Later allowed entry [63][64][65]
  Netherlands Geert Wilders Far-right politician, anti-Islamic activist Government concern about anti-Islamic rhetoric Overturned on appeal [66][67]
  United States Fred Phelps Founder of anti-LGBT organization the Westboro Baptist Church Government concern about anti-LGBT rhetoric Deceased [68]
  United States George Lincoln Rockwell Politician, neo-Nazi Government concern about neo-Nazi, extremist rhetoric Deceased [69]
  Ivory Coast Serge Aurier Footballer Criminal conviction in France Later allowed entry as suspended prison sentence converted to fine [70][71][72]
  United States Lenny Bruce Comedian Government concern about irreverent comedic routines Deceased [73]
  United States Texas Guinan Actress, entrepreneur Activities during American Prohibition Deceased [74]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m This individual is or was also banned from entering any other country within the European Union
  2. ^ a b This individual was previously head of government of his or her respective country
  3. ^ a b c This individual was previously head of state of his or her respective country
  4. ^ a b This individual is currently serving as head of state of his or her respective country

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